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- IMPORTANT COURTHOUSE DOG MANUAL NOW AVAILABLE
An important manual concerning courthouse dogs has just become available to the public. Courthouse dogs provide emotional support for child and other vulnerable victims and witnesses in the legal system. In the not too distant past, vulnerable victims were given short shrift by the justice system. The manual recounts my experiences with children in […]
- NEW EDITION OF CROSS-EXAMINATION HANDBOOK
The Second Edition of Cross-Examination Handbook: Persuasion, Strategies, and Techniques has just been published by Wolters Kluwer. This new edition continues its straightforward step-by-step instruction combined with examples from illustrious trials including the Zimmerman trial.
The new edition adds, among other topics, visual cross-examination, social media impeachment and the interplay of discovery and cross. Also, […]
- MEDIATION THE RIGHT WAY
This month, the King County Bar Association Bar Bulletin published Charles Burdell’s discussion of DON’TS for mediations. Charlie Burdell (pictured above waterskiing on Lake Washington August of last year) had a career in private practice. He later became a King County Superior Court Judge before becoming a full time arbitrator and mediator. His helpful Bar […]
- Comprehensive Pretrial Class – Spring 2015 – Goes to the Garage Crime Scene
- RIGHT AND WRONG WAYS TO PREPARE YOUR WITNESS FOR DEPOSITON
This month, the King County Bar Association Bar Bulletin published Thomas M. O’Toole’s excellent recommendations on how to prepare a deponent. Mr. O’Toole is the President of Sound Jury Consulting, and his following advice is well worth reading and heeding:
The deposition performance of a key witness is critical to the outcome of any case. […]